Stump Removal

The Difference Between Removal of a Tree Stump and Tree Stump Grinding

That dead tree stump is an eye sore. It’s ugly and embarrassing on your lawn. It’s in the way when you mow the lawn. You may have stumbled over it while walking through your garden. You are afraid a family member or a neighbor may get hurt walking by it. It has become a liability. It’s time to have the stump and the roots removed so you can plant something new in its place to beautify your property.

Removal of a tree stump involves removal of the stump and the root system. Grinding a tree stump only grinds the stump but leaves the roots. Removal involves more extensive time and equipment. Our team will remove dirt and rocks from the era, cut away most of the stump down to ground level, cut the larger roots, lift and remove the stump, fill in the hole with dirt and add topsoil or mulch according to our customer’s request.

Benefits of Hiring Our Professional Tree Stump Removal Service

It is best to leave removal of a tree stump up to the professional arborists at Tree Solutions of Texas. The process of tree stump and tree root removal can be extensive based on the species of the tree, the diameter of the stump and its volume. Some roots run deep and the hole can be quite large. Large backhoes and other equipment may be required. Your tree removal project needs to be supervised and carried out according to strict safety guidelines. As in any other digging process, all utility lines will have to be marked and respected. Our trusted experts know exactly what to do and how to do your tree removal project safely and in a timely fashion.

We are the respected tree arborists in your area, the one people turn to for all types of tree services. These include tree removal, pruning and trimming, root barrier, soil testing, mulching and drought relief. Tree stump removal services are an integral part of the way we help people and families living around the Houston Metro area maintain the beauty and value of their property.

What Are Your Plans for This Area Once the Tree Stump is Removed?

What you plan to do with that spot in the future matters. If you want anything to grow there in the future, it is best to remove the stump and the roots. Old roots compete for nutrients. When roots rot, they change the PH level of the soil and this will more than likely affect the health of the new tree. Trees need to stretch and grow their root systems without hitting old roots. All of these factors need to be considered when deciding whether to remove a tree stump or just grind the stump.

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